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Names presented as phrases are an often overlooked category of names indexing, not covered in many resources, yet they present many challenges to indexers about whether they should be indexed in direct or inverted order, provoking lively discussion on their treatment. Noeline Bridge
categorizes these types of names, illustrated with examples, many from her own indexing, along with advice on how to index them.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: December 1, 2011
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